false promise

Definition of "false promise"
  1. A commitment made deliberately without the plan or ability to fulfill it, often made with the aim of deceiving or defrauding someone
How to use "false promise" in a sentence
  1. The business was accused of false promise for assuring customers they would receive refunds that they never received.
  2. During the trial, evidence was presented to show that the defendant had made a false promise to the victims.
  3. The false promise made to the tenants led to a lawsuit against the landlord.

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